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American Gaming Association

Founded in 1995, the AGA is the primary trade group and advocate for the casino industry in America. The organization strives to develop greater understanding of the gaming industry by improving public awareness and opposing misguided policies.

Address
799 9th Street Northwest
Suite 700
Washington, District of Columbia 20001-5326
United States

Main Phone:
(202) 552-2675
Fax:
(202) 552-2676

Website:

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Upcoming and Past Events
9-11 October 2018
Las Vegas, Nevada
15-17 May 2018
Macau, Macau
3-5 October 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada
Personnel
 
James J. Murren
Chairman
 
Jeff Burge
Director
 
Tim Wilmott
Chairman
 
Marc Falcone
Director
 
Brian Cohen
Senior Director of Strategic Alliances
 
John McManus
Director
 
Elizabeth Cronan
Senior Director of Gaming Policy
 
Rick Meitzler
Director
 
Andrew Smith
Senior Director of Research
 
Donn Mitchell
Director
 
Stacy Papadopoulous
General Counsel and Interim Chief Executive Officer
 
Derik Mooberry
Director
 
Sara Rayme
Senior Vice President of Public Affairs
 
Bill Mudd
Director
 
Jonathan Michaels
Senior Director of Member Services
 
Rob Norton
Director
 
Andrew Ortale
Vice President of Industry Services
 
Ron Reese
Director
 
Allie Barth
Senior Director of Industry Services
 
Tony Ricci
Director
 
Jim Allen
Director
 
Anthony Sanfilippo
Director
 
Joseph Asher
Director
 
Kim Sinatra
Director
 
Ted Bogich
Director
 
Steve Sutherland
Director
American Gaming Association News
AGA President: Japan's passage of casino bill a 'giant step'
20 Jul 2018
President and CEO Geoff Freeman says the American Gaming Association is excited to help Japan achieve its economic goals, and eager to partner with the governments and people of Japan. read more »

Papadopoulos named interim CEO of AGA
5 Jul 2018
Stacy Papadopoulos was named as interim CEO for the American Gaming Association until such time as a replacement for Geoff Freeman is found. read more »

Ohio Casino Gaming generates $3.6 billion
30 May 2018
The Ohio gaming industry supports nearly 20,000 jobs statewide and has a total economic impact of $3.6 billion, according to new Casinos & Communities research from the American Gaming Association. read more »